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Great short film on ocean acidification

16
Dec
2015
BLUE OCEAN
Ocean Acidification movie
French version: https://youtu.be/dsncyks_nkE 
English version: https://youtu.be/1wu_ep71-qU 
Spanish version: https://youtu.be/mQeZHjYkwyc
Chinese version: https://youtu.be/9pH4NEoG3Ic
Arabic version: https://youtu.be/EP7ywOmzCjM
 

The animation movie BLUE OCEAN is a result of the Oceans 2015 initiative which was launched to provide COP21 negotiators with key information on how the future ocean may respond to various CO2 emission scenarios.

It is led by the French CNRS-UPMC University and Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) and is supported by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the BNP Paribas Foundation and the Monégasque Association for Ocean Acidification. Key products of this initiative are available for scientists, decision makers and the general public. The scientific background is lead by the IMBER-researcher Jean-Pierre Gattuso including his resent paper in Science: Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios. Science 349: aac4722. [Link], Gattuso et al. 2015. More can be found on: http://bit.ly/1M6YiS6

 

Animasjonsfilmen BLUE OCEAN er et resultat av “Oceans 2015 initiative” som ble satt i gang for gi COP21-forhandlere nøkkelinformasjon om hvordan fremtidens hav kan respondere til ulike CO2 utslippscenarier.

Det ledes av det franske CNRS-UPMC-univesitetet og Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI) og støttes av Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Ocean Acidification International Coordination Centre of the International Atomic Energy Agency, the BNP Paribas Foundation and the Monégasque Association for Ocean Acidification. Flere nøkkelprodukter fra dette initiative er tilgjengelig for forskere, beslutningstagere og publikum generelt. Den vitenskapelige bakgrunnen ledes av IMBER-forskeren Jean-Pierre Gattuso bl.a. basert på hans siste artikkel i Science: Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios. Science 349: aac4722. [Link], Gattuso et al. 2015. Mer info fines på: http://bit.ly/1M6YiS6